1. I agree with your thinking here George. Immersion in learning processes; isn’t this what we expect for our students? In addition to the what, and why, the how should be done frequently, and transparently. Kids don’t always hear what we say, but they always see what we do. Let them see us being self-determined with our learning.

  2. @williamrund

    All too often professional development is used more as a training to get teachers up to date on new school/district/city/state mandates they have no control over. Professional learning encourages ownership of staff growth. It can provide for the differentiated approach to learning we provide our students targeting needs instead of mandates.

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